The Holy Church is very close to the University of Manchester and is worth a visit. There is an atmosphere of peace and spirituality. The stained glass windows are beautiful, in stark contrast to the windows you see in the church on the other end of the city center. The traditional Latin Mass on Sundays starts at 4pm, and there is a choir.
The church is in a less lively place, it is difficult to find, here is the guide, the internal murals here are very beautiful.
A peaceful and quiet place-The Holy Church of Manchester is located in the centre of Manchester, the second largest city in England. Built in the 15th century, it is a church in a vertical Gothic architectural style. The Manchester government spent 20 years repairing the church to its current beauty. Experience of playing in Manchester Holy Church Although this church is located in the city, it is very quiet and solemn. The exterior of the old church looks very magnificent and towering. Entering the church, there is the accompaniment of the pipe organ, which is very sweet and calming. The exquisite murals and statues make me indulge in my eyes. The tower supporting the church and the large religious bookstore inside the church are also worth visiting. In the garden on the north side of the church, many cherry blossom trees were planted. It was spring when I went there, and there was a breeze, and the pink-white petals were slowly falling, reflecting the medieval architectural style of the church, which is very romantic. It is a bit difficult to find a perfect angle to take a panoramic view of the church, and the panoramic view is not partly beautiful. Suitable for people to play: suitable for all ages, friends with religious beliefs. Tickets: You do not need to buy tickets to enter the church.
A historic church! Good historical value! One of the shrines to punch in